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France wins bid for next world cup (I think)


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9 hours ago, Eddie said:

It wasn’t well publicised that it was being assessed this week. Have you got any more info? 

It’s behind a paywall but you can read the headline plus a few sentences of the article.

https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/whats-the-buzz-scg-adds-kerry-packer-to-media-hall-of-honour/news-story/7bc9a4b5c1bfe016151bb60230b6705b?amp&nk=e53de0d40b602c122c335e9cc39e18d7-1639724513

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It is not confirmed yet however the FFR13 are very hopeful.

The good news is that if they are successful there is already a massive commitment from government in terms of funds.

Target is to get 60 million euros of investment (Sounds pie in the sky however its looking good) 28 million euros of commitment so far it seems.

 

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On 17/12/2021 at 21:18, ATLANTISMAN said:

It is not confirmed yet however the FFR13 are very hopeful.

The good news is that if they are successful there is already a massive commitment from government in terms of funds.

Target is to get 60 million euros of investment (Sounds pie in the sky however its looking good) 28 million euros of commitment so far it seems.

 

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That's a phenomenal achievement if they've already secured that - it would almost be in line with what RFL have for 2021. 60m Euros would be unbelievable and have a massive impact on the game there

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It appears there are over 30 cities/towns in France that have committed to hosting games now that it's been announced that France have won the bid to host the world cup, which I think is brilliant news. It really shows how much the game is on the rise in France.

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